- Include a thesis which states the perspective you support and another perspective that you think has merit but may not be your position.
- Create at least three paragraphs in this analysis including:
- An introduction,
- A body with evidence that includes your “reader response” connection to a character’s point of view and the symbolism that this poem contains, and
- A conclusion
- Provide strong evidence including quotations from the poem and explain the connection of the evidence to your thesis.
- Transition between evidence for a clear presentation: First, in addition, on the other hand, etc.
- Use the Reader-Response essay on “My Papa’s Waltz” as a model for explaining both perspectives. (This is not a narrative point of view statement, but rather an analysis of a perspective that you as a reader find compelling) with evidence of support for your thesis).
- Use correct mechanics, MLA format for citing the lines of poetry, and a Works Cited page.
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